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. >>> impossible. that's what prosecutors call the explanation given by jodi arias in her 18 days worth of testimony. she is the arizona woman charged with first-degree murder in the death of her boyfriend. the trial resumed for a short time this afternoon. it is now in recess again, we understand, after the prosecutor objected to a potential witness for the defense. nbc's stephanie stanton has the very latest. she's been following the trial. what else happened in the courtroom today? >> reporter: court resumed this morning for a very short time indeed. and the prosecutor juan martinez got right in there. he said he needed more time to review evidence that he was presented with just this morning. that evidence would be testimony that is expected to be given by dr. richard samuels, he is a psychologist. he is expected to testify that jodi arias suffers from, suffered from ptsd immediately following the killings and also, a disassociate which would help explain the memory gaps that she suffered at the time of the murders and then the weeks and days following. so at this point, judge steph
twitter page. it is @newsnation. meanwhile, in arizona, jodi arias returned to the witness stand to face more questions about the murder of her ex-boyfriend. the questions coming straight from the jury themselves. she's spent over two weeks on the stand answering more than 150 questions written by jurors about the night travis alexander was killed. >> why didn't you just run out of the house instead of grabbing the gun from the closet? >> well, again, i can't -- it happened so fast. i did initially think run so that's why i went down the hallway and then right as i got to the hallway with the doors being shut, it just seemed like more of an obstacle. it would give him more time to catch up. >> live in phoenix, katie, a lot of people are wondering about the system there in arizona that allows jurors to ask direct questions. >> reporter: yeah. certainly. it's very interesting. you don't often see it. one of a few states in the country to allow it. she's been on the stand for 17 days and had a ton of opportunity to explain her version of the events the night that travis alexander died. why
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